Wisconsin’s attorney general has announced arrests and charges against 25 people said to be involved in human trafficking. Twenty law enforcement and prosecuting agencies from Madison to Marshfield to Eagle River joined state officers and U-S Marshals in making the arrests in July and August. Attorney General Brad Schimel announced the sting operation Thursday. He says the defendants were sex traffickers, their customers, and related child abusers — and those sought for sex business were as young as 14. Schimel says the arrests were part of the “National Johns Suppression Initiative, in which officers in 17 states arrested 15 alleged sex traffickers and more than one-thousand people who bought sex.